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Get involved with the latest research being undertaken at the Australian Hearing Hub.

Music, hearing loss, and cochlear implant research

Losing music can be devastating for those of us who experience hearing loss. We are conducting research on the impacts to music due to hearing loss. We are seeking musicians and non-musicians, those who wear hearing aids or cochlear implants to better understand the consequences to music. The survey link is below and will take around 30 minutes to complete.

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Understanding Hearing Aid/Cochlear Implant Performance in Realistic Environments

We are currently recruiting people aged between 40-80yrs who wear two (bilateral) hearing aids, two cochlear implants, or a cochlear implant and a hearing aid together (bimodal). The study takes place at the Australian Hearing Hub at Macquarie University over 2-3 appointments between 1.5hrs-3hrs, and participants will receive $30/hour for participating. Participation includes hearing and speech testing, measurement of hearing devices, and potentially wearing loan devices for a fortnight. For further eligibility requirements and study details, please send us an email, we'd love to hear from you! Please contact Lisa Maggs

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TLC (Talking and Listening Children) study seeking participants

We are currently recruiting children aged 4 – 11 years who use English as their only language. The TLC study takes place at Macquarie University over two visits, with each visit taking 60 – 90 minutes. Children will be asked to do some fun talking and listening tasks, and parents will be asked to complete a background questionnaire. Participants will receive a $30 voucher for each visit. To participate, or for more information, please contact Elise

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Macquarie University are inviting 2/3 year-old children with normal hearing who speak mainly English at home,

We are investigating the link between what children can say and what they can understand, through fun games and activities, for an hour on two occasions, approximately two weeks apart. If you would like to be involved or find out more, please be in touch.

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Introducing HEARsearch

We have exciting news to share! NAL is opening the doors to research participation. We invite anyone to join, yes that’s right, all ages and hearing abilities from anywhere in the world!

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HALOS is looking for volunteers to participate in the survey

Participants must be aged 40 years+, wear a hearing device (hearing aid or cochlear implant) in at least one ear, sufficient in English to complete the survey and are able to give informed consent. Eligible volunteers will complete an online or paper-based survey on health and social outcomes which will take 60 minutes to complete and a 15 minute online cognitive assessment which involves some thinking tasks. An optional interview to discuss your hearing health journey will take 20-30 minutes and can be completed over the phone. You will be reimbursed a $30 Coles-Myer gift card at the end of the study. Contact: halosresearch@mq.edu.au / 0481 863 983

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Macquarie University’s Child Language Lab

Macquarie University’s Child Language Lab is seeking children of all ages, with and without hearing loss, to join our research participant database and take part in future studies. To participate, or for more information, please email us at ling.cll@mq.edu.au.

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Participate in research with the Centre for Emotional Health

The Centre for Emotional Health undertakes first class research into the understanding, treatment and prevention of anxiety, depression and other emotional disorders which are some of the most common and greatest impact disorders of our society.

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Research Trials at the Centre for Emotional Health Clinic – children and teens

The Centre for Emotional Health Clinic offers both face-to-face and online options for accessing our services, with specialist programs for anxiety in different age groups.

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Research Trials at the Centre for Emotional Health Clinic – adults

The Centre for Emotional Health Clinic offers both face-to-face and online options for accessing our services, with specialist programs for anxiety in different age groups.

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